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  • 1

    Edinburgh Castle

    99 reviews

    So much to see and do! Edinburgh Castle is brimming with history. Plus the location produces amazing views of the surround city. It is definitely worth visiting and fully exploring.

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  • 2

    Old and New Towns of Edinburgh

    32 reviews

    Great for exploring

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  • 3

    National Gallery of Scotland

    26 reviews

    A view of the Millennium wing of the Gallery, the Gallery has a fine collection of Irish & European Art. From Dutch Masters to Caravaggio's The Taking of Christ, & boasting a fine Jack B Yeats collection, this Gallery is a must see in the centre of Dublin.

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  • 4

    St Giles' Cathedral

    19 reviews

    St Giles' Cathedral, the High Kirk of Edinburgh, is the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh. Its steeple which looks like a crown is a prominent feature. The church is found about a third of the way down the Royal Mile which runs from the Castle to Holyrood Palace. Inside there are helpful volunteers who ...

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  • 5

    Camera Obscura

    13 reviews

    This is a great visit, and a lovely way to spend an hour while dodging the occasional shower. Great for adults and children alike.

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  • 6

    The Royal Museum

    13 reviews

    Amazing, informative, I did not want to leave!

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  • 7

    The Museum of Scotland

    10 reviews

    Museum definitely worth a visit

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  • 8

    National War Museum of Scotland

    6 reviews

    National War Museum is situated at the back of Governor's House, Inside you enter in the history of Scotland and England. You see how they fought in the old times and their clothing, shoes and weapons.

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  • 9

    Portobello

    5 reviews

    the beach in Edinburgh...love it, but very poor eat and drink facilities. i lost the dearest picture of my love one and me...but it is in my memory for the first time i did see the mist rolling in from the sea...that was very special..we also lost those pictures

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  • 10

    Museum of Childhood

    3 reviews

    i liked visiting the museum of childhood it was nice to see some old toys

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  • 11

    Scottish National Gallery

    3 reviews

    You might be consumed with the thought of grabbing a pint or doing a pub crawl if you hit Edinburgh, but don't miss the National Gallery! There the museum has even put together a 40-minute "Must See - The Unmissables" trail that you can take through the venue if your time is limited, or you don't have an interest in ...

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  • 12

    Sir Walter Scott Monument

    2 reviews

    It's a striking monument off of Princes Street and near the gardens. It has a gothic architecture that works well with the buildings and churches of Old Town.

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  • 13

    People's Story

    2 reviews

    Very interesting museum that tells the story of Edinburgh through its people. I found the story of the whalers particularly interesting.

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  • 14

    Tartan Weaving Mill & Exhibition Ltd

    2 reviews

    Max Peeters and his Ctje dressed for souvenir picture, what fun it was. it is one of the traditional visits when you are in Edinburgh, great to hear the weaving, see the Tartans and again take a picture or just a souvenir. don't miss this in your city-visit. the next day he bought his own fully complete Kilt outfit. i ...

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  • 15

    Pleasance Courtyard

    1 review

    The Pleasance is a coutryard which every summer transforms into a huge venue for live theatre, comedy & performing arts. 10-12 individual venues in one place with bars and seating in outside while you wait for your show to start!

  • 16

    The Tron

    1 review

    Great pub. The quiz on a Monday is amazing, well worth a visit. Good value for Both food and drink with or without a student card.

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    Royal Museum

    1 review

    SCOTLANDS PAST,PRESENT AND FUTURE.THE MUSEUM COOLCTIONS TELL YOU THE STORY OF SCOTLAND'S LAND PEOPLE AND CULTURE.WHAT INFLUENCE HAS THE WORLD HAD ON SCOTLAND AND SCOTLAND ON THE WORLD? YOUR JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY STARTS HERE.FOR GENERATONS THE MUSEUM HAS COLLECTED KEY EXHIBITS FROM ALL OVER SCOTLAND AND BEYOND,VIKING BROOCHES,PICTISH STONES,ANCIENT CHESSMEN AND QUEEN MARYS CLARSACH,DESIGN A ROBOT,TEST DRIVE A FORMULAR ONE ...

  • 19

    The Queen's Gallery

    1 review

    The Gallery show a programme of changing exhibition from the Royal Collection. We can see the different types of Crown and jewels. Bearutiful and gorgeous trip.

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  • 20

    Old Town

    1 review

    Old Town is probably the most popular area of Edinburgh with the tourists. It has the majority of the cultural sites and things to see/do. It hosts a large number of restaurants and bars as well. One of the magical parts of Old Town is the number of tiny closes (small underground or narrow passages between buildings).

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